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Headline News Hiroshima Top Prize Goes To

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, August 25, 1998 at 12:00am

The 7th biennial Hiroshima International Animation Festival ended on Monday, August 24 with a grand awards ceremony. The top winners are:

Grand Prize: "The Old Lady and the Pigeons" by Sylvain Chomet (Canada).

Hiroshima Prize: The Mermaid by Alexander Petrov (Russia).

Debut (first film) Prize: Busby by Anna Henckel-Donners-Marck (Germany).

Renzo Kinoshita Prize: "L'Aréne (Série "Vermillion")" by Nicolas Jacquet (France).

Headline News British Academy Awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Artsheld its 50th British Academy Film Awards in London on Sunday, April 19.The winner for Best Short Animated Film is Aardman's "Stage Fright," byHelen Nabarro, Michael Rose and Steve Box. In the category, BestAchievement in Special Visual Effects, the winner is "The Fifth Element.